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Alex Vassila
Alex  Vassila


Potomac, MD

High School:
Winston Churchill





Vassila Named to All-Region Team

Alex Vassila is the All-Time Hopkins Blocks Leader


Vassila, Tommasi Earn All-Conference Honors

Vassila Earns Second Straight All-Conference Nod


Hopkins Falls to Gettysburg in Conference Semis

Blue Jays Miss Opportunities Against Bullets


Conteh Block Sends Hopkins in Conference Semis

Blue Jays Face Top-Seeded Gettysburg on Friday


Conteh Block Sends Hopkins to Conference Semis

Blue Jays Face Top-Seeded Gettysburg on Friday


Women's Basketball Centennial Conference Title Game

Blue Jays fall to Muhlenberg in Centennial Conference title game.


Women's Basketball Senior Day

Blue Jays defeat Ursinus, 67-46, on senior day.


Women's Basketball Defeats Muhlenberg

Johns Hopkins women's basketball team defeated Muhlenberg 67-43 inside Goldfarb Gym


Women's Basketball Defeats Washington College

Senior Chantel Mattiola set a new record for career three-pointers for the Blue Jays, fueling a 66-54 win.


Women's Basketball Season Opener

Johns Hopkins women's basketball team opened the season with 67-62 win over York (PA).

Vassila finished her career ranked in numerous program categories:

First in blocks (206)

Third in defensive rebounds (567)

Fourth in total rebounds (890)

Fifth in offensive rebounds (323)

Sixth in field goal percentage (.466)

T-ninth in free throws made (210)

13th in points scored (1,034)

2012-13: First Team All-Centennial Conference • led team in field goals (143), field goal percentage (.477), rebounds (10.9/g), blocks (70) and points (13.3/g) • Centennial Conference Player of the Week (1/14, 2/04, 2/11) • broke Hopkins career blocks record against Ursinus • scored 1,000th point against F&M • notched 19 points and collected 11 rebounds against Washington & Lee • tallied 22 points and career-high 20 rebounds against Ursinus • had 18 points and 12 rebounds against McDaniel • posted 17 points, 18 rebounds and four blocks against Swarthmore • blocked seven shots at Washington College • tied Hopkins record with eight blocks versus Bryn Mawr • notched 200th career block at Ursinus • scored career-high 23 points and added 15 rebounds against F&M.

2011-12: Started all 29 games at forward • named Second Team All-Centennial Conference, Centennial Conference Player of the Week (1/30), Centennial Conference Honor Roll (1/09, 1/23, 2/06) • averaged 26.4 minutes • led Centennial Conference with 2.4 blocks per game • 70 blocks on the season ranks second all-time in school history • first on team in rebounds (9.7) and second in points (10.8) • recorded 12 double-doubles on the season • notched a career-high 21 points in victory versus Swarthmore • pulled down a career-high 17 rebounds in win against Haverford.

2010-11: Played in 26 games with seven starts • averaged 8.8 points and 7.3 rebounds • led the team in blocks with 1.5 per game • was second on the team in total rebounds with 191 • had a season-high 12 rebounds three times • had a season high 16 points against Dickinson • tallied six double-doubles on the season • scored in double figures 13 times.

2009-10: Played in all 25 games in rookie season • averaged 5.4 points and 4.9 rebounds • led team in blocks with 1.1 per game • tallied double-doubles against Haverford (12 points, 15 rebounds) and Franklin & Marshall (11 points, 14 rebounds) • Scored in double figures seven times, including final three games of the season • notched five blocks against Franklin & Marshall.

High School: Three-year letterwinner • guided team to a combined record of 31-12 as a junior and senior and to the conference tournament in each of her final three years • averaged nine points and four rebounds as a sophomore, 11 points, six rebounds and four blocks as a junior and 12 points, eight rebounds and six blocks as a senior • team MVP as a senior • three-year member of the volleyball team and team MVP once • also lettered in track once while competing in the hurdles and shot put • four-year scholar athlete.

Personal: Alexandra A. Vassila • daughter of Anastasios and Valia Vassila • born on July 27, 1991 • intern at Mount St. Mary's University in genetics and autism • also interned at CDC and Harvard • majoring in public health with a minor in entrepreneurship and management.